GSE: High Performance Macro Plugin

Last Updated: Jan 14, 2018 Game Version: 7.3.0

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Sep 8, 2016

Owner: TimothyLuke

Important Note: This depends on GSE2.0 or higher. 

 

This is a plugin to GSE and you need to have that installed to use this. GSE is available at https://mods.curse.com/addons/wow/gnomesequencer-enhanced

 

What is WLM High Performance Macros

WLM High Performance Macros (hereafter abbreviated to HP_) are a series of macros that have been nominated by the community here as the macros you use to get the most out of your character. They are for Min/Maxers and people looking to squeeze every last point of DPS or performance. HP_ macros are not one button win macros and will require some investment by you the player on getting the most out of them.

 

Think of HP_ macros like the track car versus the street souped up Imprezza WRX. Is the WRX fast yes. Can it perform, yes. Is it as good as a dedicated track car tuned for racing? No. HP_ macros used correctly should out perform a SAM_ macro whne used by the right player.

 

How are these different to the Bundled Sample Macros
The SAM_ macros were developed in Beta/PTR and the classes were evolving and balancing. They were a good place to start and for those getting into the world of GS-E they are a good foundation. Some were written to be HP_ macros others were written to take some of the tedium out of leveling through the expansion. The DB_ are the lazy one button winners that are adequate to good but may not be great.

 

Whats an example of a set of HP_ macros
John Beast Master macros available at https://wowlazymacros.com/forums/topic/bm-gnome-sequencer-enhanced-leveling-raiding/ are examples of HP_ Macros. You don’t just need the macro you will need time to adapt to using it and getting the most out of it.

 

How do I get a macro added to the HP_ set.
You post it here and have the community nominate it as a HP_ macro and have other people confirm it. If there is a consensus that the macro is HP_ worthy it will be added.

 

Who can update a HP_ macro?
The only person who will be able to change the detail of a HP_ macro is the author as denoted by the author=”” line in the macro.